AEMO has published a report presenting the detailed design of a Demand Response Mechanism (DRM) and Ancillary Services Unbundling (ASU) arrangements. The Standing Council on Energy Resources (SCER) tasked the AEMO with developing and implementing the DRM and ASU in consultation with relevant parties within the industry.
Wednesday, May 6 2020
Energy leaders flag possible delay in move to five minute settlement, in letter to COAG Energy Council
Leaders of the AEMC, AEMO and AER have come together to propose that the implementation of five minute settlement be delayed by 12 months in response to the impacts of COVID-19 on the energy industry.
Tuesday, June 29 2021
On Thursday 24th June 2021, the AEMO opened registration for Demand Response Service Providers (DRSPs). We received an email about this, as would have any other WDR stakeholders known to AEMO. Organisations who wish to apply for registration for this…
Thursday, December 20 2018
In a development closely related to the AEMC’s call for submissions on the incorporation of Negawatts in the price setting and dispatch process , we note that (on 20th December 2018) the AEMO submitted a rule change request for the…
Friday, May 19 2017
On 19th May 2017, an announcement was made that AEMO would work together to pilot a demand response initiative to help manage tight supply/demand balances expected in future (such as in Victoria and South Australia for summer 2017-18). There are…